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  FOX    Ten O Clock News    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    January 5, 2013
    10:00 - 10:45pm PST  

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[ dog barking in distance ] mom? [ sobbing ] mom? mom. help! [ echoing ] somebody, help! help!! [ siren wails in distance ]
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. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is the 10:00 news on ktvu channel 2. we are on stormwatch tonight. good evening, i'm ken wayne. >> i'm jana katayama in for heather holmes nfl meteorologist mark tamayo is tracking where the storm is now, but we begin with ktvu's
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metakeller live at san francisco international airport. >> jana i just spoke with the manager who told me there are no delays at sfo. as for the rain it came on a busy travel weekend both in the air and on the roads. rain once again hit windshields and drenched the roads. so if you need to feed the family, why bother getting out of the car until you get home? >> just watch movies and eat in and out. >> stay warm and dry? >> yes, of course. >> reporter: many students enjoyed their time off with christmas and new year's, but head back to class on monday. for one college student the drive for san diego starts late tonight. >> mostly nervous because my tires are not the best tires to drive in the rain, but hopefully they will be okay. >> reporter: these guys are also driving southern california. >> the wipers aren't working well. >> reporter: people leaving in east palo alto have a reason to be nervous whenever it rains. >> it comes over, hey, it's
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going to go into the house. >> reporter: lucas brown and his family were evacuated on their home december 23rd after the creek ran over levee walls. this week the city declared a state of emergency, something that brings comfort to residents. >> nothing is going to make me feel better until the job is done and until it's really done. >> reporter: i just checked the chp website showing two accidents both in san josi. busiest time for accidents in the bay area was between 7:30 and 9:00. matt keller, ktvu channel 2 news. well, the rainfall started about 1:00 or 2:00 this afternoon across parts the bay area. picking up this evening and right now on live stormtracker
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2 this happens to be the loop over the past two hours. you notice the activity moving from the south and heading to the north. we have light rain towards sfo, but the coverage has been on the increase up in parts of the north bay with few scattered rain showers towards the bogeda bay region. san francisco and oakland as we come in tighter here least some light to even moderate downpourses in tiburon. as we move the maps tot south not as much coverage here. to the west of 101 and out towards the inland east pay, this activity, the heavier cell moving to the east of the brentwood, and the stockton region. san josi right now reporting
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lots of cloud cover and a few light rain showers. the heavier downpours towards santa cruz. and a stormwatch coverage continues on ktvu.com there you can find our stormtracker 2 interactive radar and track the system as it moves along of just click on "weather" near the top of homepage. >> new video tonight after a cabdriver was stabbed outside of the macarthur b.a.r.t. station in oakland. according to oakland police a man and woman got into an argument inside a bart train around 7:15. the woman got off the train and the man followed in pursuit. according to veteran's cab company the woman got into a cab with the man following. at that point the cabdriver intervened. cabdriver ended up getting stabbed. another cabbie took him to the hospital where he is reportedly in stable condition tonight. the assailant escaped and there is no word on what happened to the woman. also in oakland people in two cars shooting at each other
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led to the closure of a freeway on-ramp for more than two hours. after the shooting the two cars crashed near the eastbound edwards on-ramp to interstate 580. the two victims were taken to the hospital by a friend. their injuries are not considered life-threatening. the ramp was re-opened after 8:00 tonight, no arrests have been made. a 13-year-old girl is said to be in life-threatening condition at a san francisco hospital after she was hit by a taxi at nob hill. eric. >> reporter: jana just moments ago police told mel this girl was in town with her family from australia. now this sign says no crossing on this side of the street for a reason. you really can't see the cars coming up this hill until the very last-second and police say preliminary reports suggest that this girl ran into traffic
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in this area. a dangerous intersection for pedestrians and cars alike. some neighbors say they heard the sound when a car hit a 13- year-old girl on pine street just west of stockton in union square. >> a lot of depressed people. >> reporter: this woman came outside of her apartment soon after the accident. police will only say that the 13-year-old girl was visiting from out of town with her family when she ran into the street and was hit by a taxi. >> i'm sick to my stomach. i am new to san francisco in the last five months and it's a new area for me. i am aware of the problems in that area and it breaks my heart having children of my own. >> she didn't even see the car until pretty much it was on top of her. >> reporter: tonight neighbors told us that intersection is especially dangerous because of this hill.
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and despite the sign warning pedestrians we saw several people taking their chances. i saw you crossing where it says don't cross. do you do that a lot? >> sometimes when i'm in a rush. >> reporter: >> reporter: police say this young girl is still at san francisco general hospital with life-threatening injuries. police say this was not a hit- and-run and they have not said if this driver will be cited for anything. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen ktvu channel 2 news. a san francisco bicyclist was injured today when his bike collided with a muni bus. muni says the accident happened on geary near leavenworth after 2:00 p.m. cyclist apparently swerved to avoid an open car door. when his hand bars made contact with the, but the cyclist fell, but was not run over. as we hospitalized with undisclosed injuries. vallejo police announced a $10,000 reward for information on a christmas eve hit-and-run that critically injured a pedestrian.
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on december 4th the accident occurred. investigators say the suspect's vehicle is similar to this one, a 1996 to 2000, two-door black honda civic. the car likely has damage to the front passenger side. an autopsy is expected to be conducted next week upon the body of the 19-year-old petaluma woman found in south lake tahoe, as john sasaki tells us friends and family gathered to show football. >> reporter: it was a day of football at petaluma's beyond the glory bar, but they were greeted by the smiling face of 19-year-old alyssa byrne. today the restaurant is doing a fundraiser in her honor. >> we came here specifically for the fundraiser and we were at the candlelight vigil yesterday. >> reporter: byrne's father and brother were here for par
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of the day. >> alyssa was one of the most energetic people i have ever known. >> reporter: petaluma is a tight night community where everyone seems to know everyone and i asked three diners who knew byrne and two of them were her friends. >> she was always coming in our classroom, and she was always laughing. it was the greatest thing she was always laughing having a great time. >> she was the funnist person i think i have ever met and she would always try to make you laugh. >> reporter: on wall are photos of byrne on her legal league baseball team. >> she was a ball of energy. a ball of life and she will be missed by us, everyday. >> reporter: she aspired to be a firefighter/paramedic and tonight they dropped by with with gifts. >> i wanted to give her a a badge. >> plans for a funeral are
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still pending. john sasaki, ktvu channel 2 news. san francisco police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing 92-year-old man. police say walter walt wakumski went missing. police say he likes to visit race trucks and gambling halls and i needs medication for several medical conditions. >> a married couple is behind bars in a deadly new year's eve shooting in oakland sacramento. 34-year-old charles fowler- scholz and 36-year-old amber scholz face charges of assault with a deadly weapon. they believe amber scholz instigated a fight between her husband and a man named carlito montoya. three other people were hurt. a police standoff ends with four people dead in a small town still reeling from another mass shooting. how investigators say this one
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started. the flu is officially here in the bay area. >> the new push to keep people healthy as the number of flu cases double. >> and the nhl may pull through with a partial season and why some say the deal end the hockey player lockout could end many hours. the ktvu 10:00 news continues in 90 seconds [ male announcer ] subway has so many
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. a police standoff in aurora, colorado today left four people dead including the suspect. a s.w.a.t. team stormed a home this morning after police say a gunman fired shots at officers. once inside the home, police say officers fatally shot the suspect and then found the bodies of two men and a woman. a fifth person escaped from the home. aurora is the same suburb where 12 people were killed inside a movie theater in julian a connecticut gun show went on an planned less than a month after the newtown school shooting. gun enthusiasted gathered 50 miles south of newtown. the show proceeded delight pleas from the mayor that the show be cancel out of sensitivity to the tragedy. protestersraled in ohio where a rape trial is set to
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begin next month. protesters accused city officials of insufficiently investigating the alleged gang-rape of a 16-year-old girl. to protect the team's venerated football team. two 16-year-old football players are accused of raping the 16-year-old unconscious girl. the case is being handledded by special prosts and a visiting judge because local authorities have ties to the team. city officials said today there is no cover-up. >> the thought that everyone in steuben vilsacking or like the individuals that are involved in the case, the teenagers that we are a community that is run by football. that is not the case. >> the trial is set for february 13th in juvenile court. steubenville city officials launched a website about the case today and they say it contains facts to combat what they say is misinformation being posted on other websites. the new site was created after a video was posted on-line purportedly showing a young man
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joking about the rape case. the video was apparently released by hackers who claim more people were involve and should be held accountable. flu season is just starting and there is a dramatic surge in the number of cases here in the barber. as ktvu's ali rasmus tells us, health officials say it's likelyo worse before it gets better. >> all done? >> reporter: tom george hopes a quick injection will help him avoid days of discox. >> i came into for a flu shot. my wife is a first grade teacher and is exposed in the classroom. i don't want to get it it. >> the flu is officially here in the bay area. >> reporter: infectious disease specialist dr. scott smith says everyone who comes into the clinic is tested for the the flu and the data shows a clear spike in the number of cases. in the past week the number would tested positive doubled from 6% to 12 ps, and of all the kids and teens tested a third of them had the flu. >> that tells us that influenza is here in a
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significant proportion. >> reporter: flu season is expected to revenue up as kids head back to school. >> we know that influenza is common in kid and they are together and exchanging germs all the time. >> reporter: there is good news for people who have already gotten this year's flu shot. you are protectioned from the most common flew strains going around. even so. >> good hygiene and handwashing is staying at home is important. >> reporter: health experts say it's still not too late to get a vaccine. in alameda, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. today president obama's weekly addressed focused on his next challenge with congress, the debt ceiling. >> one hing i will commote compromise is lightning congress should pay the tab for a bill they already wracks up. if congress refuses to gift united states the ability to
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pay its bills the consequences could be catastrophic. republicans say a deal must include spending cuts, but the g.o.p. is not unified in its own strategy. yesterday former president candw commented. google said the decision to block map was to ensue a good user experience and not about exceptionally interfering with a rival product. according tot tech site google is working on a redirect so window users can use the map service. >> some homeowners on storm- ravaged staten island, new york are furious that going is touring neighborhoods, photographing damaged homes for it's 360-degree map technology. google says it's updating the photos to "help people around the world better understand the extent of the damage.
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google says it plans to revisit affected areas and take more pictures to show the recovery progress over time. inside sources say the national hockey league lockout could end within hours. marathon talks continued late into the night. according to the boston globe a veteran agent watching the talks says a deal is "as good as done." the salary cap appears to be the last big issue on the table. the league says a january 11th deadline for a settlement that would allow a 48-game season. two companies are reportedly in the running to acquire the hostess baking empire. wall street journal said flower foods from george and mexico-based group grupo bimbo. the texas bass hostess company declared bankruptcy in
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november. hobb has announced it will cost and shot a comedy pilot called "silicon valley." an executive says americans are interested in the high-tech subculture, but adds that the show must be funny and well- done to catch on. the cable network isn't discouraged by recent relate show based in silicon valley that flopped. justin bieber found himself in an awkward position with photos allegedly holding a major joint. the 1 beiber sent a tweet reading, "everyday growing and learning, trying to be better, you get knocked down, you get up. i never want too let any of you down." a powerful earthquake triggers tsunami warnings in alaska, plus the desperate search for a popular fashion designer last seen aboard a missing plane. and unlikely suspect, the equipment prison guards found
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on this cat tries to slip through the bars. >> a busy night for live stormtracker radar, coming up where the heaviest rain is falling right now and the one part of your sunday that will be dry. have a good night. here you go. you, too.
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. a search team was out again looking for a missing plane off the coast of venezuela carrying missing park designer vittorio missoni, a top executive with italy a fashion brand house found by his father. french actor gerard depardieu is in russia to claim russian citizenshipped for to avoid paying french taxes. in russia he would be subject to a 13% flat tax rate. france's president wants to. a 75% tax rate for those who make the flex equivalent of
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$1.7 million or more. depardieu first registereds a resident of belgium, prompting russian president putin to offer depardieu citizenship. in australia thousands are out of their home as wildfires rage through the southern part of the country. firefighters say at least 100 homes have been lost to flames. police say one man died defending his home as dozen dozens of businesses and homes around it were burned to the ground. the fires come during a record summer heatwave that pushed temperatures above 104 degrees. in japan a buyer for a sushi chain plunked down $1.7 million for a bluefin tuna. the tuna was caught off northeastern japan. environmentalists say decades of overfishing have seen global tuna stocks crash. in japan blue fin is a highly prized sushi ingredient and nicknamed the black diamond because of its carsity. in brazil prison guards
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caught a caught slipping through a gate carrying quite a load of contraband. seems someone had had taped a cell phone, drills and a memory card onto the cat. guards say the items could have been used in an escape attempt or to be used to community with criminals on the outside. the cat was caught new year's day at a medium security prison. a tsunami warning was canceled after a powerful earthquake in alaskan." 79.5 magnitude quake hit about 60 miles west of the city of craig in the southern part. the state. tsunami warnings were issued for southeastern alaskaning and parts of western canada. the alaskan tsunami center later determined that the waves were too small to pose a threat. no serious damage has been reported. >> an unsung hero of the 199 iran hostage crisis has died. >> i told him that we were expecting guests and invited
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him over. >> canada diplomat john sheardown secretly hit four americans while 52 others were held hostage in tehran. sheardown died at the age of 88. the rescue those four, plus two more in the canadian ambassador's house was the basis of the film "argo." in an interview this week ben affleck said he was fully aware of sheardown's heroism. a nationwide crackdown on child sexual exploitation nests bay area arrests. what do we want? >> peace. >> when do we want it? >> now. >> why one man is making it his mission to see peace on the streets. hundreds of christmas trees
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chained together to go into this fremont lake. the purpose behind this unique project. well, well, well.
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only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. . some people in central sacramento woke up today to find streets around their holmes completely flooded. take a look at that, a 16" undergroundwater main ruptured this morning and that caused floodwaters to rise to 3' in some areas at least 12 homes were flooded of the city water crews are still on the scene at this hour trying to repair the break. those affected by gun violence in oakland held a peace rally in oakland today. >> what do we with an. peace! >> when do we want it? now! >> the group save oakland organized demonstrations outside of brook diel
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park, where raquel gerstel and bobbie sartain were gunned down. >> she was out here trying to get her friend off the streets. so i really miss her and i don't want her death to be in vain. >> in december police arrested three suspects in the killings including a juvenile. the adults 18-year-old diantay powell and 19-year-old absentoneo edwards are charged with murder. federal officials say four bay area men were arrested as parts of a nationwide crackdown on child sexual completation. operation sun flowers identified or arrested 245 suspects nationwide over five weeks. the department of homeland security says four bay area men were taken into custody in rohnert park, sebastopol, pleasant hill and san josi. three were arrest offered for possession and distribution of
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child pornography, while the fourth faces child sex tourism charges. an ambitious proposal to redevelop two housing complexes was the topic of discussion. under consideration is the demolition of the sunnydale and velasco housing complexes. it will put together an environmental impact report on a proposal that would build about 1700 units on the 49-acre site. >> the idea is to develop it into a mixed-income community that would include affordable and market-rate housing as well as all new community amenities, such as park space and community centers. the developer says according to san francisco housing authority policy, those who currently live in the housing projects are in good standing would have a right to return to whatever new development is built. old christmas trees and fishing don't sound like they go together, but as ktvu's alex savidge explains it all makes sense at a fremont lake. >> reporter:
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dragging old christmas trees down to the shore of horseshoe lake today. volunteers tied them together as part of a unique environmental project. the 700 trees were donated by vendors after they didn't sell during the holidays. now as the water level rises here they will sit at the bottom of the lake, providing a habitat for young fish, particularly bass and bluegill. >> it's going to create an artificial reef which will have algae on it, insects feed on the algae and small fish feed on the insects. >> this project is organized by the east bay regional park district. peter alexander saids me that the goal is to boost fish populations in this manmade lake park rangers have been collecting unused christmas trees and putting them into this lake for about the last 20 years. >> i thought it was very interesting and thought that that is neat that they can recycle and use this. >> reporter: these trees have a limited life-
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span underwater. that is what they look like after seven or eight years in the lake. the branches have disintegrated and that makes them less effective. that is why new ones today. underwater the banks give baby fish a chance to hide from predators and what to grow. sunken christmas trees bringing joe to local fishermen. in fremont, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. a san francisco wine tasting company is relaunching its cruises on the bay three months after its boat was damaged and passengers had to be rescued. in october the boat hit a shoal near alcatraz and begin to take on water. the coast guard was able to rescue all on boards. a grant from the federal government will provide funding to hire firefighters and put two fully staffed engines into service.
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this is the second federal grant the department has received in last year. you may have heard you will need money for the meter if you planning to park in san francisco tomorrow. from now on meters in the city will be enforced on sundays from noon until 6:00 p.m.. it used to be that most businesses were closed on sundays so there was no need for enforcement. the city says times have changed and businesses need those spaces now to ep up for shoppers. new yorkers are calling for subway barriers after two horrific attacks that victimmed were pushed to they their death. it's going to cost quite a bit more to attend the annual burning man festival this year. organizers say almost all of the 58,000 tickets sold this year will have a pricetag of
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$380. that is up significantly from last year's $240 pricetag. the counterculture art and music festival is held every year in the nevada desert in the week leading up to labor day. a new kind of air ship is almost ready to fly. the company world war aeroreleased this video. the company says the craft can lift straight up for take-off. the military plans to use it to deliver cargo around the world. it was a battle of the bravest near alcatraz today. the event that had these swimmings diving into the cold san francisco? is there more rain on the horizon? meteorologist mark tamayos had your complete bay area forecast.
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. a few dozen brave and well- trained swimmers completed the 4th annual alcatraz winter swim today. most performed the 1.5 mile feat without a wet suit. they say it's a thrill. >> i like the feeling that i can say i have done it without a wet suit. i don't know, it just feels great to me. >> so me it's sort of like the holy grail. if you are a backpacker you have to go to sierras and if you are a triathlon you have to go to iron man. here is a bit of advice the swimmers say the key is to be mentally tough and not think about being cold. >> that will make your voice squeaky, mark tamo checking in with the weather. you are a surfer, you are out in that water all the time. >> he was out there with a full wet suit.
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[ laughter ] , hoods and everything. i was fully covered. for today we had the clouds and heavy rain across parts of the bay area and still, tracking some rain showers like now across parts of the state. here is a look at live stormtracker 2. it has been a very busy night for our radar system showing you the rain in the bay area and also snow up to our north. not much in the sierra, but snowfall developing towards the lake tahoe region later on tonight primarily into tomorrow morning with snowfall 3-6". here is the live doppler sweep showing the current rainfall apparent. the coverage has been on the increase except down towards the santa cruz mountains. scotts valley and heading over the hill, some rain showers around san josi, milpitas, sunnyvale and east palo alto. this one line approaching hayward to the west and some more activity basically fizzling out over parts of the
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north bay, but still scattered showers. for the northern portions of marin county out towards petaluma as well. here is the heaviest rainfall heading out of brentwood, centered closer to stockton and tracy. santa rosa picking up nearly .43". so approaching .5". san francisco .25" and concord .20". san josi just a few hundredth, but we're adding to that number right now. as far as overnight lows, scattered showers still a fairly good chance as we do wake up and temperatures maybe mainly in the upper 30s to 40s. san francisco 46. and san josi starting out the day, 42 degrees. here is the weather system that we have been track. the first one of the year. and right now we have this area of low pressure basically just drifting offshore. tonight we're going to hold on to scattered showers and even
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the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm. we have some cold unstable air offshore. it's going to be a widespread event, but something to keep in forecast for tonight. we'll hold on to lingering rain showers primarily for your sunday morning. with the system moving out, some gusty winds approaching 20- 25 miles per hour. here is your forecast model overnight tonight, it could be moderate and maybe a few heavier cells and then the coverage begins to back off at 6:00, a slight chance of a shower. 12:00, you notice the clouds really break apart. with partly cloudy skies and by the evening hours we may thicken up the cloud coverage again. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast, and looks like a
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quiet weather apparent after tomorrow. any outdoor plans for tomorrow jana and ken, good idea to put it off until maybe afternoon when the weather improves out from. >> thank you, mark. and you can follow mark and rest of your ktvu meteorologists on-line for weather updates even when we're not on the air. a music video featuring an atherton teenager is back on youtube. rageain smith made the video, youtube took it down for a while after spammers may have inflated the number of viewers, which is against company policy. they are donating proceeds to lucille packard hospital. also the two hottest teams in basketball face off as the warriors take on the clippers. sportswrap is next.
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